Mar 6, 2019
No one will ever accuse writer Robin Green of not speaking her mind after they read her memoir, The Only Girl. The book explores the early 70s period when she was the only woman on the masthead of Rolling Stone magazine. The book is also a revealing deep-dive into who Robin was before landing the pioneering gig and her life after she left the magazine. Robin would go on to become an Emmy award-winning writer for her work on the Sopranos, alongside her husband, Mitchell Burgess. The couple were also the creators of the Blue Bloods TV series.
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